Director: James Bobin
Writers: Linda Woolverton (screenplay), Lewis Carroll (books)
Stars: Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter
At the end of 2012 it was confirmed to have sequel to the film directed by Tim Burton for Disney, Alice in Wonderland (2010) . Although the Californian manager maintains a special relationship with the company that was rejected in his youth by the strangeness of his drawings and graphic ideas, is certainly Disney film company that can better accommodate his talent once it has settled its style.
Although the film generated mixed reviews for its dispersion and not be too faithful to the spirit of the work of Lewis Carroll, he surpassed the billion at the box office, which almost automatically implies the implementation of a sequel. Burton might not could convince with the argument but swept the design of characters and creating an amazing world that fit perfectly with the new possibilities in the generation of special effects and 3D projection that had been imposed as a novelty in the rooms cinema. It was a matter of time he reached its sequel also having works that backed Carroll.
It seems that Burton did not wish to link completely his career to Disney and, while maintaining activity as a filmmaker with more personal projects such as Big Eyes (2014) and the sequel of his transgressive Beetlejuice (1988), it produces this second part of Alice whose visual imagery it is primarily responsible, and the commitment to carry out nothing less than the sequel to one of the most memorable films of Disney, Dumbo .